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Epic Love Club Day brings out school spirit

Epic Love Club Day brings out school spirit

Lindsey Martin and Lindsey Martin

February 20, 2015

The Epic Love Club Day, put on by the Associated Student Body Clubs and Events Board, drew a crowd of students Feb. 12 as they perused the tables for information on clubs and free gifts and prizes. “We try to make this more of an event so students can get involved,” said Alexander Suliman, media...

American River College hosts Brazilian jiu-jitsu demonstration

American River College hosts Brazilian jiu-jitsu demonstration

Lindsey Martin and Lindsey Martin

February 13, 2015

Every 15 seconds, a woman in the United States is attacked and for every 1000 women in college, 35 will become victims of rape in the course of the school year according to a Brazilian jiu-jitsu instructor during a demonstration on American River College campus Tuesday. Brazilian jiu-jitsu is an offshoot...

‘Epic Love’ Club Day is right around the corner

'Epic Love' Club Day is right around the corner

Lindsey Martin and Lindsey Martin

January 29, 2015

The upcoming Club Day, food handling, and the Color Dash were some of things discussed at the first meeting of the Club and Events Board (CAEB) on Jan. 27. The Greek themed “Epic Love” club day set for Feb. 12 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. will kick off the spring semester with games, prizes, and even...

Kaneko brings art from downtown Sacramento’s E Street Gallery

Kaneko brings art from downtown Sacramento's E Street Gallery

Cheyenne Drury and Lindsey Martin

January 29, 2015

By Lindsey Martin and Cheyenne Drury The James Kaneko Gallery kicked off the spring semester on Jan. 20 with the new show “The Other E Streeters,” a collection of pieces taken from the E Street Gallery in downtown Sacramento. Cherie Hacker, Sam Tubiolo, Roy Tackmen, Dan Hodapp, Caraina Brown,...

Women’s cross-country and water polo go head to head

Women’s cross-country and water polo go head to head

Lindsey Martin and Lindsey Martin

December 11, 2014

After a win from the women’s cross-country team today at the third annual duathlon, a running and swimming competition between cross-country and water polo, they are no longer tied 1-1 with the Water Polo team. Cross-country and water polo each formed their own groups A, B, and C to compete in a...

AMI Club wins its second $5,000 grant

AMI Club wins its second $5,000 grant

Lindsey Martin and Lindsey Martin

December 9, 2014

A $5,000 grant was awarded to the American River Marketing Innovations Club on Nov. 2 for a research project that will connect California community colleges by virtually consulting for small businesses. In 2012, the AMI club was awarded its first $5,000 grant from the Business Education Statewide...

Kaneko Gallery ends the semester with a lowbrow bang

Kaneko Gallery ends the semester with a lowbrow bang

Lindsey Martin and Lindsey Martin

December 1, 2014

Art professor Ken Magri is a fan of lowbrow art, but would rather it go by a different name. “I’m trying to murder the word lowbrow,” said Magri. “Postmodern Extinction,” the James Kaneko Gallery’s last show of the fall 2014 semester, drew a large crowd at the opening reception on Monday,...

Volleyball team heads into playoffs after a 3-0 victory

Volleyball team heads into playoffs after a 3-0 victory

Lindsey Martin and Lindsey Martin

November 24, 2014

After a dominating win against Diablo Valley College that was won in three matches with scores of 25-9, 25-6,  and 25-12, the ARC volleyball team will head into playoffs with a 20-6 overall record following its sophomore night ceremonies on Wednesday. Sophomore players Kiana Chaney, Erika Jones,...

Photo gallery: Postmodern Extinction at the Kaneko gallery

Photo gallery: Postmodern Extinction at the Kaneko gallery

Lindsey Martin and Lindsey Martin

November 20, 2014

The James Kaneko Gallery ends the semester with lowbrow art show, "Postmodern Extinction" , that features five artists. Photos by Lindsey Martin           [slideshow_deploy id='15167']

Volleyball Player Leaves the Chair

Volleyball player Erianna Williams poses in front of the American River College main gym. (Photo by Ashlynn Johnson)

Lindsey Martin and Lindsey Martin

November 17, 2014

At this time last year, Erianna Williams, middle on the ARC volleyball team, was in a wheelchair, relying on her mom and sister to lift her in and out of bed. Today, she is a crucial member of a team that is 11-0 with only a few games left until playoffs. In the summer of her senior year of high...

Sports Spirit Day put together by ARC club draws a crowd (Photo gallery)

The currently undefeated Volleyball team of ARC: From left to right: Erika Jones, Monia Udahl, Alexis Johnson, Kylie Christensen, Taylor Ladines, Kirsten Merlino, Leila Whaley, Erianna Williams, Taylor Bunger.

Lindsey Martin and Lindsey Martin

November 14, 2014

A large group of American River College student-athletes attempted to inspire school spirit and garner further support for the teams by hosting Sports Spirit Day, an event featuring music, games, merchandise and activities, on Oct. 29 outside the Student Center. Sports Spirit Day was thrown by ARC’s...

WEAVE seeks to increase domestic violence awareness on campus

Lindsey Martin and Lindsey Martin

November 3, 2014

The crisis intervention provider Women’s Education for Advancement and Empowerment, or WEAVE, hosted a forum at American River College on Wednesday, Oct. 22 to make students more aware of domestic violence and bullying prevention initiatives. WEAVE representative Brenna Lammerding, who works closely...

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